Richard L. Lindroth

From Pestinfo-Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

See Richard L. Lindroth in the ISPI database of scientists.

Publications of Richard L. Lindroth

The Canadian Entomologist (2016) 148, 512-519
Johnny A. Uelmen, John G. Duman, Richard L. Lindroth, Ezra G. Schwartzberg and Kenneth F. Raffa (2016)
Supercooling points of diapausing forest tent caterpillar (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae) eggs

Canadian Journal of Forest Research - Revue Canadienne de Recherche Forestière (2016) 46, 1167-1172
Hilary L. Barker, Denise Smith, Glen Stanosz and Richard L. Lindroth (2016)
Host genetics and environment shape fungal pathogen incidence on a foundation forest tree species, Populus tremuloides

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2016) 42, 193-201
Charles J. Mason, Tiffany M. LowePower, Kennedy F. RubertNason, Richard L. Lindroth and Kenneth F. Raffa (2016)
Interactions between bacteria and aspen defense chemicals at the phyllosphere – herbivore interface

Arthropod-Plant Interactions (2016) 10, 341-349
J.J. Couture, C.J. Mason, C.W. Habeck and R.L. Lindroth (2016)
Behavioral and morphological responses of an insect herbivore to low nutrient quality are inhibited by plant chemical defenses

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2015) 41, 75-84
Charles J. Mason, Kennedy F. Rubert-Nason, Richard L. Lindroth and Kenneth F. Raffa (2015)
Aspen defense chemicals influence midgut bacterial community composition of gypsy moth

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2015) 41, 651-661
Kennedy F. Rubert-Nason, John J. Couture, Ian T. Major, C. Peter Constabel and Richard L. Lindroth (2015)
Influence of genotype, environment, and gypsy moth herbivory on local and systemic chemical defenses in trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides)

Arthropod-Plant Interactions (2015) 9, 85-95
Christine Buhl, Steven H. Strauss and Richard L. Lindroth (2015)
Down-regulation of gibberellic acid in poplar has negligible effects on host-plant suitability and insect pest response

Oecologia (2014) 175, 1041-1049
Ezra G. Schwartzberg, Mary A. Jamieson, Kenneth F. Raffa, Peter B. Reich, Rebecca A. Montgomery and Richard L. Lindroth (2014)
Simulated climate warming alters phenological synchrony between an outbreak insect herbivore and host trees

Chemoecology (2010) 20, 277-284
John J. Couture, Jason S. Servi and Richard L. Lindroth (2010)
Increased nitrogen availability influences predator-prey interactions by altering host-plant quality

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2010) 12, 285-292
Michael L. Hillstrom, Leanne M. Vigue, David R. Coyle, Kenneth F. Raffa and Richard L. Lindroth (2010)
Performance of the invasive weevil Polydrusus sericeus is influenced by atmospheric CO2 and host species

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2010) 12, 267-276
Leanne M. Vigue and Richard L. Lindroth (2010)
Effects of genotype, elevated CO2 and elevated O3 on aspen phytochemistry and aspen leaf beetle Chrysomela crotchi performance

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2010) 12, 293-299
Edward B. Mondor, Caroline S. Awmack and Richard L. Lindroth (2010)
Individual growth rates do not predict aphid population densities under altered atmospheric conditions

Journal of Insect Science (2009) 9 (42), 1-8
T.D. Meehan and R.L. Lindroth (2009)
Scaling of individual phosphorus flux by caterpillars of the whitemarked tussock moth, Orgyia leucostigma

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 663-671
Michael D. Madritch and Richard L. Lindroth (2009)
Removal of invasive shrubs reduces exotic earthworm populations

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2008) 10, 399-410
Jack R. Donaldson and Richard L. Lindroth (2008)
Effects of variable phytochemistry and budbreak phenology on defoliation of aspen during a forest tent caterpillar outbreak

Oikos (2006) 114, 507-517
S. Müller, R. Martina, Scott McWilliams, David Podlesak, Jack R. Donaldson, Helen M. Bothwell and Richard L. Lindroth (2006)
Tri-trophic effects of plant defenses: chickadees consume caterpillars based on host leaf chemistry

Oecologia (2006) 148, 293-303
Tod L. Osier and Richard L. Lindroth (2006)
Genotype and environment determine allocation to and costs of resistance in quaking aspen

Environmental Entomology (2004) 33, 1505-1511
Jack R. Donaldson and Richard L. Lindroth (2004)
Cottonwood leaf beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) performance in relation to variable phytochemistry in juvenile aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.)

Oecologia (2003) 137, 233-244
M. Kim Holton, Richard L. Lindroth and Erik V. Nordheim (2003)
Foliar quality influences tree-herbivore-parasitoid interactions: effects of elevated CO2, O3, and plant genotype

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2003) 5, 17-26
Brian J. Kopper and Richard L. Lindroth (2003)
Responses of trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides) phytochemistry and aspen blotch leafminer (Phyllonorycter tremuloidiella) performance to elevated levels of atmospheric CO2 and O3

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2002) 4, 315-323
Richard L. Lindroth, Sarah A. Wood and Brian J. Kopper (2002)
Response of quaking aspen genotypes to enriched CO2: foliar chemistry and tussock moth performance

Environmental Entomology (2002) 31, 10-14
Brian J. Kopper, Valerie N. Jakobi, Tod L. Osier and Richard L. Lindroth (2002)
Effects of paper birch condensed tannin on whitemarked tussock moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) performance

Environmental Entomology (2001) 30, 1119-1126
Brian J. Kopper, Richard L. Lindroth and Erik V. Nordheim (2001)
CO2 and O3 effects on paper birch (Betulaceae: Betula papyrifera) phytochemistry and whitemarked tussock moth (Lymantriidae: Orgyia leucostigma) performance

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2001) 27, 1289-1313
Tod L. Osier and Richard L. Lindroth (2001)
Effects of genotype, nutrient availability, and defoliation on aspen phytochemistry and insect performance

Oecologia (2000) 122, 20-28
R.L. Lindroth, R.W. Hofman, B.D. Campbell, W.C. McNabb and D.Y. Hunt (2000)
Population differences in Trifolium repens L. response to ultraviolet-B radiation: foliar chemistry and consequences for two lepidopteran herbivores

Environmental Entomology (2000) 29, 1108-1115
Jocelyn D.C. Hemming and Richard L. Lindroth (2000)
Effects of phenolic glycosides and protein on gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) and forest tent caterpillar (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae) performance and detoxication activities

Ecological Entomology (2000) 25, 197-207
Tod L. Osier, Shaw-Y. Hwang and Richard L. Lindroth (2000)
Effects of phytochemical variation in quaking aspen Populus tremuloides clones on gypsy moth Lymantria dispar performance in the field and laboratory

Journal of Chemical Ecology (1999) 25, 1687-1714
Jocelyn D.C. Hemming and Richard L. Lindroth (1999)
Effects of light and nutrient availability on aspen: growth, phytochemistry, and insect performance

Journal of Chemical Ecology (1999) 25, 1331-1341
Richard L. Lindroth, S.Y. Hwang and T.L. Osier (1999)
Phytochemical variation in quaking aspen: Effects on gypsy moth susceptibility to nuclear polyhedrosis virus

Journal of Chemical Ecology (1998) 24, 1677-1695
R.L. Lindroth and K.K. Kinney (1998)
Consequences of enriched atmospheric CO2 and defoliation for foliar chemistry and gypsy moth performance

Oecologia (1997) 111, 99-108
S.-Y. Hwang and Richard L. Lindroth (1997)
Clonal variation in foliar chemistry of aspen: effects on gypsy moths and forest tent caterpillars

Environmental Entomology (1997) 26, 668-671
Sherry Roth, Christine Knorr and Richard L. Lindroth (1997)
Dietary phenolics affects performance of the gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) and its parasitoid Cotesia melanoscela (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)

Oecologia (1996) 108, 113-120
M.B. Traw, R.L. Lindroth and F.A. Bazzaz (1996)
Decline in gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) performance in an elevated CO2 atmosphere depends upon host plant species

Journal of Economic Entomology (1995) 88, 278-282
Shaw Y. Hwang, Richard L. Lindroth, Michael E. Montgomery and Kathleen S. Shields (1995)
Aspen leaf quality affects gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) susceptibility to Bacillus thuringiensis

Oecologia (1995) 103, 79-88
Jocelyn D.C. Hemming and Richard L. Lindroth (1995)
Intraspecific variation in aspen phytochemistry: effects on performance of gypsy moths and forest tent caterpillars

Environmental Entomology (1990) 19, 842-847
Richard L. Lindroth and Jocelyn D.C. Hemming (1990)
Responses of the gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) to tremulacin, an aspen phenolic glycoside